Our body needs both: macronutrients and micronutrients. The macronutrients include all substances that provide the body with energy, i.e. fats, proteins and, of course, carbohydrates. Micronutrients, on the other hand, include minerals, vitamins, amino acids and omega fatty acids. But why does the body actually need these substances? We answer these and many other questions in this article.
The term free radicals appears again and again in connection with health and personal hygiene and above all in connection with aging. Free radicals are formed in the body during all metabolic processes in which oxygen is involved.
The mitochondria and coenzyme Q10 are primarily responsible for providing energy in the body. This article first explains what mitochondria and Q10 are and how they interact to provide energy in the body.
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